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Archive 2015

Our pick of five things to do in the city this month. more

Things To Do

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Photos by Toby Golus

Barcelona is known to be a pet-friendly place, but the growing number of dogs in the city brings its own challenges. more

FEATURES

Located by Plaça Sant Agusti in the remnants of a 15th-century chapel, this new restaurant and cocktail bar offers traditional Catalan food with hints of Galician and Basque cuisine. more

EATING AND DRINKING

With the annual medieval market taking place this month, Melissa Leighty takes a walk through Vic, past and present. more

TRAVEL

Located in the heart of Sant Antoni, the popularity of Carrer del Parlament has spread to the surrounding streets, breathing new life into the neighbourhood. more

IN THE CITY

With two exhibition spaces already in Madrid, Fundación MAPFRE has recently opened a brand new art gallery in Barcelona. more

Things To Do

This new bar/cafe in the Raval offers an internationally inspired menu, filled with flavours from all corners of the globe. more

EATING AND DRINKING

One of the oldest theme parks in the world, the Tibidabo amusement park has been entertaining the inhabitants of Barcelona for generations. more

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The renowned Danish Gypsy brewers, Mikkeller, bring their internationally renowned craft beers to Barcelona. more

EATING AND DRINKING

The essential ingredient in the Mediterranean diet, olive oil is produced in five areas across Catalunya. more

TRAVEL

This year marks the Hospital del Mar’s 100th birthday, and the city has been celebrating the centenary with a variety of institutional, scientific and cultural events since last November. more

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Experience the beauty of the Catalan countryside from a different, white-knuckle perspective. more

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Whether you’re a seasoned angler or a total beginner, there are plenty of places in Catalunya to make a big catch. more

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Photo by Yan Pekar

We talk to Mars One candidate, Angel Jané, about his quest to go to the Red Planet. more

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Located in the province of Tarragona, the Delta de l’Ebre is a wide swath of wetland that harbours a natural park and the largest rice-growing region in Spain. more

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Popular with locals and tourists alike, explore the beautiful Mediterranean shores of the Costa Brava. more

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Get into some deep water with a whistlestop tour of some cool Catalan cascades. more

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Barcelona's real estate market is on the mend. more

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Miquel Hudin finds the perfect wines to accompany a summer barbecue. more

EATING AND DRINKING

Cool down this summer in the clear waters of Parc Nacional D'Aigüestortes i Estany de Stant Maurici. more

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